Europe actually has many islands. Most American tourists stick to those with inexpensive airlines flying in and out twice daily or those included on cruise ship itineraries. But why be like everyone else? If you’re looking to escape the crowds, check out this list of islands in Europe that Americans overlook.
1. Cíes Islands, Spain
This trio of islands found off Galicia’s west coast is Spain’s answer to the more famous Seychelles. It features translucent water and blindingly white sand ensconced before a natural rocky backdrop. The best of its crescent-shaped beaches is Rodas As a protected national park though, the archipelago has no hotels, no motor vehicles, and stays are limited to one week at the only campsite available.Click On the Next Button to See Next.